Supporting Faculty and Students with Cross-Campus Collaboration during Emergency Distance Learning

Working remotely is challenging the collaborative efforts of libraries and faculty, who are trying to bring library collections and assets into the classroom to support teaching and learning. These initiatives are timely. Supporting institutional affordable learning missions and increasing remote access to online resources impact students who are facing the real possibility of extended virtual learning and new realities of college life.

This webinar will share examples of how librarians, faculty and instructional designers are using Leganto, the Ex Libris course resource list solution, to incorporate library collections and assets, alongside OER and other resources, into course reading lists within the learning management system. The webinar will also explore how the library can assist in providing materials to students under fair use, and how analytics help faculty to know which items are popular, and help the library to understand how to evolve its collections to support teaching and learning.

Join our panelists, Greg Argo Associate Director, Access & Digital Services at the University of St. Thomas, Jessie Ransom and Amy Liakopoulos, as they explain how institutions can use Leganto to foster and promote cross-campus collaboration while supporting students and faculty alike. 

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May 26, 2020 PM | 2PM ET


Greg Argo, Associate Director, Access & Digital Services

Jessie Ransom, Teaching and Learning Specialist

Amy Liakopoulos, Campus Engagement Manager